I personally love reflexology. I don't use it to "cure" my body but to help me understand my body and to help eleviate pains that I have. I like hand and foot reflexology. I don't think it would cure a learning disability...but it could probably help with focus. I'm not sure on the eczema as it is a skin condition. I have used reflexology to treat my migraines, and with my sinus problems. I also found a pain on my foot that was consistent for a week. I looked up on a reflexology map what that area was, and it was my kidney. I was in the process of passing a kidney stone that week. I think there is some merit to the fact that there are so many nerve endings in our foot, it is connected to our bodies. I don't think it replaces western medicine but I do use an approach of western medicine and eastern philosophies. The chakras really interest me and I love yoga. I guess what I am getting at is it would be worth trying, but at what price? I checked out books from the library and self-taught. I had been having chronic migraines for a year and medicines were making my life worse. I had other symptoms showing up and I just needed to detox and get off all of the meds. so I studied up on reflexology and used it and accupressure for myself and I got the migraines under control again. I still have to take medication from time to time for it when I don't catch them coming on from a trigger but if I catch it right away, or knowing some of my triggers (like sunlight through blinds) I can start the massage and deter the headaches. So yeah, I think there is some validity to it. again I would learn about it for yourself and see how you are feeling about it. There are lots of great books and websites that show the zone maps and you can feel it out for yourself.